Angels’ Eyes Tear-Stain Eliminator for Dogs, 120-Gram Bottle

Angels’ Eyes Tear-Stain Eliminator for Dogs, 120-Gram Bottle

  • 120-gram bottle of tear stain-remover for dogs
  • Effectively eliminates tear stains from the inside out
  • Sprinkle on food daily to start; results from 3 to 5 weeks
  • Safe during pregnancy and for puppies over 6 weeks old
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Angels’ Eyes is the first product specifically developed for dogs to eliminate unsightly tearstains from the inside out! Angels’ Eyes also helps to eliminate staining around the mouth and their coats due to licking. Other products are topical requiring high maintenance and yet will only remove the tear stains temporarily causing it to return worse than before. Angels’ Eyes starts working before the tear stains begin and never adds food dyes or wheat which can have negative effects on your pet. O

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The Lost Dogs: Michael Vick’s Dogs and Their Tale of Rescue and Redemption

The Lost Dogs: Michael Vick’s Dogs and Their Tale of Rescue and Redemption

An inspiring story of survival and our powerful bond with man’s best friend, in the aftermath of the nation’s most notorious case of animal cruelty.

Animal lovers and sports fans were shocked when the story broke about NFL player Michael Vick’s brutal dog fighting operation. But what became of the dozens of dogs who survived? As acclaimed writer Jim Gorant discovered, their story is the truly newsworthy aspect of this case. Expanding on Gorant’s Sports Illustrated cover story, The Lost

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A Dog’s Purpose

A Dog’s Purpose

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This is the remarkable story of one endearing dog’s search for his purpose over the course of several lives. More than just another charming dog story, A Dog’s Purpose touches on the universal quest for an answer to life’s most basic question: Why are we here?Surprised to find himself reborn as a rambunctious golden-haired puppy after a tragically short life as a stray mutt, Bailey’s search for his new life’s meaning leads him into the loving arms of 8-year-old Ethan. During their countl

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Designer dogs…?

Question by mandy: Designer dogs…?
Many people either are unaware that designer dogs are mutts, or beleive that they were entirely created by inferior specimens of the breed. Is it not possible to have an accident? Is it not possible to have less-than ethical people showing their PBs that may createa mixed breed from them? Everyone loves the sound of money.

I don’t beleive in intentional mutts, but I don’t beleive in everything going exactly as planned. A man in the show-world came through my work one day, said he’d payed the stud service for his (can’t remember) to breed only to have his male pug tie with her upon coming home.

Does anyone agree with me that not ALL designer dogs are from inferior specimines? Granted, worth 2k, no. But things are only worth what’s willing to be paid, so why not charge that?
I see no reason to kill all accidents. Unless their’s something wrong with the pups in question, why not let them the chance to live? As much as I understand that breeding can be heartwrnching, I do not beleive that it should be heartless.
Sniffydog- When I was talking about killing pups it was in response to the first answer, which said to shoot or cull (kill) all the non PB pups in a litter borne of two fathers. Just so that we’re clear.

Best answer:

Answer by sophylakes
all designer dogs are from inferior specimens… of course….. a reputable breeder whose prized show dog experienced an “accidental breeding” would simply have the mismate shot or cull the pups at birth……..

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designer dogs?

Question by yvette jackson: designer dogs?
Who breeds designer dogs? Do you make more money than with the other types? I know they are popular?

And to do it, do you get two purebreds or do you start with a designer pair and breed them? Like if I want a maltipoo do I start with a maltese and a poodle? Or do I start with two maltipoos? How much can you sell them for?

Thankyou?
You are mean and rude. No wonder everyone says this place is mean.

Best answer:

Answer by hellosunshine_hb
Oh dear… there is no such thing as a designer dog. Don’t even think about breeding, please.

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Designer Dogs?

Question by wheezie: Designer Dogs?
Is it just me, or are others annoyed by this talk of so-called Designer dogs?!? There is no such thing, and I am sick of people not only bragging about their expensive “designer dogs” , but actually buying these poor dogs, thereby encouraging these careless breeders to continue. If they want a mixed breed dog (which is exactly what a designer dog is) go to your local shelter and adopt some wonderful mixed breed furry friend.

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Answer by Bozema
You go girl! I’m with ya!

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hybrid dogs?

Question by Katie S: hybrid dogs?
why is it desirable in hybrid dogs to have a pure of one and a pure of another (EX pure lab and pure poodle) INSTEAD of two hybrid of the same (EX labradoodle and labradoodle)
i mean mixing breeds

http://www.dogbreedinfo.com/hybriddogs.htm

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Answer by hockey_gal9 *Biggest Stars Fan!*
What you’re talking about is mixing breeds. Canis Lupus Familiaris (dog) + Canis Lupus Familiaris (dog) = Canis Lupus Familiaris, a regular dog, either mixed breed or pure. Canis Lupus (wolf) + Canis Lupus (wolf) = Canis Lupus, a plain ol’ wolf. A hybrid would be a dog/wolf mix; Canis Lupus Familiaris (dog) + Canis Lupus (wolf) = Canid Hybrid, also called a wolfdog.

Breeding mutts is undesireable in itself, whether one is breeding two purebreds to make a mutt, or breeding two mutts to make more mutts.

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Hybrid Dogs?

Question by [Isaiah born 12/31/09!]: Hybrid Dogs?
For those of you out there who have Hybrid dogs, I want to know what mix they are and if you have pics, that would be awesome!

I have a Jack Russell/Yorkie mix! I’ll put up the URL to pics here in a few! Thanks!

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Answer by it’s me
a mix between wolf and dog…

just go onto yahoo images and search for hybrid dog

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Labradoodles and Goldendoodles, A new breed of dogs.

A fellow blogger was always mentioning “puggles” to me. Then one day I went for a walk with my 3 dogs and my neighbour and her dog. She mentioned the labradoodles and goldendoodles to me. She had seen them on a t.v. show.

So, I decided to do some investigating. For those who want some information about these dogs, but not long scientific reports, here is my article. I went on a long internet journey, and I found out some amazing facts.

At first I though someone was maybe just getting bored, and decided to create a new breed of dog. But no, there are some very valid reasons for breeding these mixtures. Just read on, and you may find that there are reasons why you may want to look into one of these “oodle” dogs yourself.

As always, do lots of research and get lots of recommendations from current “oodle” owners. There are also forums and clubs that you can find on the internet. These can also help you decide if one of these is for you.

In the meantime, just enjoy learning something new, and when your neighbour tells you about an “oodle” dog, then you will know what they are talking about.

A Labradoodle is a crossbred dog created by crossing the Labrador Retriever and the Poodle. Their temperament makes them good service and family dogs.

The impetus behind experiments with this type of cross was the desire to achieve a service dog that would not shed and so produce a hypoallergenic dog that is suitable for people with allergies to fur and dander. This has not yet been reliably achieved, as Labradoodles have varying coat lengths and textures, and crosses beyond the first generation do not yield a predictable coat type.

The result of this cross produced intelligent, easily trainable puppies that were the beginning of the Labradoodle as we now know it. Crossing these two breeds also gave the Labradoodle a hybrid vigor and a variety of coat types.

Labradoodles combine the best of the 2 breeds.

Labradoodles are known to posses the gentle, sweet disposition of the retrievers combined with the intelligence and allergy friendly coats of the poodles. Labradoodles are wonderful with children and people who have special needs. They are non-aggressive, highly intelligent dogs that are extremely easy to train. They want nothing more than to please their people.

The Labradoodle can vary in size: Standard, Medium and Miniature

Color varies from chalk (milky white), shades of cream, gold, black, chocolate, red, caramel and silver.

Coat: Labradoodles usually have no body odor, require minimal bathing and brushing and rarely, if ever, attract fleas. They seldom shed hair but will need to be groomed.

Wooly: Somewhat like a poodle. Requires regular grooming and is allergy friendly.

Fleece: The ultimate coat. It is easily maintained, non shedding, allergy and asthma friendly.

Hair: Anything from flat and straight to curls down the back and possibly wavy. It can vary from minimally to profusely shedding. Not likely to be allergy friendly.

Allergy and Asthma sufferers – Labradoodles may be the breed for you! Check it out…

The Labradoodle is still under development. Strictly speaking, the labradoodle cannot yet be described as a dog breed because it does not breed true. Further, the breed standards of breeds-under-development are invariably freer, more open to interpretation and cover more observable types than those of established or kennel club-recognized breeds.

The term Goldendoodle (Golden Doodle) describes a hybrid dog, crossbred between a Golden Retriever and a Poodle. This hybrid is often said to have begun in Australia, along with the Labradoodle;

US fanciers challenge this assertion. Poodle hybrids have become increasingly popular and it is likely that the combination of Golden Retriever and Poodle has been duplicated by breeders in various countries.

Goldendoodles are intelligent and obedient. The make great family pets and will be wonderful companions. They are vey social and devoted to family members. They are people dogs, good with kids and other dogs and pets, and friendly with strangers.

Goldendoodles are likely to get into mischief if they spend most of their lives alone or bored. (My golden retriever certainly gets in trouble when bored. I can vouch for that first hand.) They are intelligent and love to please, therefore, they are very easy to train. They are a medium to large size family dog with great temperaments.

When bred correctly, most of your first hybrid crosses are much healthier because they are NOT in-bred or line-bred or back-bred to their cousins, fathers, mothers, sisters and brothers. The Goldendoodle can work out well for those who suffer from allergies. They shed little to none, and they are very loving dogs. If you have allergy or dog hair concerns, look into a Goldendoodle.